Postcards from LGCT London

As expected, the London stop of the Longines Global Champions Tour and Global Champions League was nothing short of exhilarating and filled to the brim with fierce competition. History was made as Scott Brash won the LGCT Grand Prix of London for the second consecutive year and became the rider with the most LGCT Grands Prix wins in the history of the circuit. The London Knights pulled out all the stops at their home base to bring home the win in the Global Champions League and further secured their spot as the number one team with a total of 299 points.

Check out some the of the images from this weekend’s competition and prepare yourself for what is to come the 10th through the 12th at the Tops International Arena in Valkenswaard, The Netherlands. With only three stops remaining on the tour, the competition is undoubtedly going to be on fire.


Harrie Smolders on Zinius triumphs in the last 5* class of LGCT London. Photo by Stefano Grasso/LGCT

A view of the impressive VIP Hospitality. Photo by Mario Grassia/GCL

Team Cannes Stars – Daniel Coyle on Tienna. Photo by Stefano Grasso/GCL

The Vet Check of the 5* horses. Photo by Stefano Grasso/LGCT

Team Valkenswaard United – Alberto Zorzi (ITA) on Contanga 3. Photo by Stefano Grasso/GCL

Maikel van der Vleuten on Dana Blue. Photo by Stefano Grasso/LGCT

The Household Cavalry musical ride. Photo by Mario Grassia/LGCT

Team Berlin Eagles – Christian Kukuk (GER) on Limonchello LT. Photo by Stefano Grasso/GCL

Emily Moffitt on Copain du Perchet CH. Photo by Mario Grassia/LGCT

Peder Fredricson on Hansson WL. Photo by Stefano Grasso/LGCT

A view of the Kids Village. Photo by Mario Grassia/LGCT

Team Chantilly Pegasus – Megane Moissonier (FRA) on Ultrachic de Charmois. Photo by Stefano Grasso/GCL